How Community Connections Can Drive the Long-Term Sustainability of Your Business

Giving back to the communities that supply your business with labor and raw materials isn’t just a matter of ethics or public relations; it’s also a wise business practice to adopt for its own sake. Taking care of the people who live and work in your company’s shadow ensures the...

Google faces EU curbs on how it tracks users to drive adverts

Browsers would have to ask users to opt in to viewing ads based on online history.

How we can cut out the cancer of union militancy

Max Hastings says the government should target groups by introducting financial sanctions.

Southern strike: 'Progress made' at Acas talks

Talks aimed at ending strikes on the Southern network have seen some progress but a planned strike will still go ahead on Friday, Aslef chief Mick Whelan has said.

Rupee ban could unleash India's economic potential

In India, corruption is a tough villain, almost invincible. Real but incorporeal, it is difficult to destroy because it leaves no trace or paper trail.

This lady is a Trump

Ivanka's messages about empowering women are woven into her sales pitch, which blends inspirational mottos with 'shop this look' appeals.

Before Trump, there was Governator

When he was the governor of California, Arnold Schwarzenegger also refused to do things by the book.

Why the pushback?

The stunning victories of Brexit and Donald Trump have put the failings of globalisation into sharp focus. But protectionism was already rising even before then.

Why global trade is important

Today's world order is built on a free trade system. It helped win the Cold War and has lifted millions out of poverty. Insight looks at its emergence and why it matters.

The road ahead

Governments will have to implement programmes to win back confidence in free trade. The softer, consensus-driven approach of groups like Apec will become more important.

Is it US v China in trade pacts?

Some might see TPP as rivalling RCEP, but the reality is more complicated, Insight finds.

Lessons from war in coping with crisis

World War II and the Japanese Occupation offer a guide on preparing for looming shocks.

China: Renminbi stalls on road to being a global currency

New capital controls lead to doubt, especially over hopes of forcing economic reform

Clean energy breakthrough buoys hopes in Australia

Underwater wave energy system operates for over 12 months in ground-breaking project.

Causes Week 2016: They walk the talk to nurture a green future

Volunteers from green groups lead trips to nature areas to raise awareness of need to conserve them.

Eyeing upswing, more U.S. oilfield service firms restructure

After two years of hunkering down, struggling U.S. oilfield service providers are preparing for an expected oil-price recovery in an unexpected way: filing for bankruptcy.

BNM new measures set to boost ringgit: Analysts

Bank Negara Malaysia’s slew of measures to boost the onshore foreign exchange market liquidity will increase its foreign exchange reserves level, check the slide of the ringgit and improve demand for the local currency.

How I learned to stop worrying and love Facebook

SOCIAL NETWORKS: Have the tools of the digital age given rise to new generations of narcissists or merely amplified an inherent facet of human nature?

Erdogan urges Turks to convert foreign currency to lira

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday (Dec 2) urged Turks to convert their foreign money into gold and lira to stimulate the country's economy as Turkey's currency continued its slide against the dollar.

&nbps; &nbps;
Mall big on Christmas cheer

LOT 10 shopping centre in Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur, is set to bring to life the magic of Christmas.

'La La Land' Scores As 'Best Musical Score' At Capri, Hollywood - The International Film Festival

Three new major Capri, Hollywood – The International Film Festival awards were announced here today by Festival founder and producer Pascal Vicedomini. 'Special Awards' Slated for Andrea Bocelli and Philanthropist Dr Francis Yeoh.

'La La Land' Scores as 'Best Musical Score' at Capri, Hollywood - The International Film Festival
'Special Awards' Slated for Andrea Bocelli and Philanthropist Tan Sri Dato' (Dr) Francis Yeoh

"Each of these three awards are very significant in their own way," said Vicedomini. "Sir Francis Yeoh is a true supporter of the arts on a global basis; Andrea Bocelli is a world-class performer whose new album is a tribute to the music of cinema...

Bazaar organised by envoys’ wives a huge success

The Association of Spouses of Heads of Diplomatic Missions in Malaysia (Sohom) hosted an Interna­tional Charity Bazaar at the grand ballroom of YTL's JW Marriot Hotel. The bazaar was also organised with the cooperation of the Philippines Embassy and the venue was sponsored by YTL Corporat...

YTL Foundation Share the Spirit of Christmas with Charity Christmas Hope Bazaar for Underprivileged Children in Bukit Bintang

The YTL Foundation is hosting a weekend fundraiser Christmas bazaar at YTL's Lot 10 Shopping Centre to benefit the underpriviliged children living around the Bukit Bintang area through the 54C Learning Space.